Thomas Mulkerins, Holy Family Parish, Chicago: Priests and People (Chicago: Universal Press, 1923), 73, 286, and 190.
"The Church and New School," in F. L. Kalveage, The Annals of St. Boniface Parish, 1862-1926 (Chicago, 1926), 66 and 44.
D. A. Bethea, Colored People's Blue-Book and Business Directory of Chicago, Ill. (Chicago: Celerity Printing Co., 1905), 25.
Manual Third Presbyterian Church (Chicago, 1897), 10-11.
100 Years: The History of the Church of the Holy Name, the Chapel that became a Cathedral, and the story of Catholicism in Chicago (Chicago, Cathedral of the Holy Name, 1949), unpaginated.
The Second Presbyterian Church of Chicago. June 1st, 1842, to June 1st, 1892 (Chicago: Knight, Leonard & Co., 1892), 40-41 and 212-213.
Manual of the Union Park Congregational Church and Society of Chicago, Illinois: Containing Articles of Faith and Covenant, Standing Rules, Basis of Union Between the Church and Society, Constitution of the Society, Officers and Members of the Church and Society, Annual Reports for 1891, Etc. Etc. (Chicago: Geo. E. Marshall & Co., 1892), 124-127.
Illustration of church from A. T. Andreas, History of Chicago: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time (Chicago: A. T. Andreas, 1886), III: 629. Folio F548.3 .A5 1884b.
Jesse Holdom, History of Trinity Church 1841-1921 (Chicago, 1921), 13 and 15.
"St. Augustine's Entire Plant, 1895," in Program and Chronological History, Souvenir of St. Augustine's Parish: Golden Jubilee, 1886-(1881)-1936 (Chicago: The Parish, 1936), 83 and 93.
Grace Church Visitor vol. VI no. 12 (Nov. 1893): 4.